Complexities Of Employment Law And Relations –

hrceu2050

(0 credits)

Human resource professionals are responsible for understanding and applying employment law regulations within an ogranization resulting in positive employee and employer relations. This course explores federal laws and regulations that impact employee and labor relations in the workplace. Students will identify employement legistlation as it relates to: employee and employer relations, the development of organizational programs and procedures, its impact on performance management and discipline, and the building and measuring of employee relations. This course provides 1.0 continuing education units, over two 5 - hour workshops. The tuition for this course is $500.
This non-credit course is 2 weeks. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Employment Regulation, Performance Management and Measurement of Relations

  • Identify human resources role in performance management, improvement plans and the disciplanary resolution process
  • Identify strategies for building positive employee relations
  • Recognize methods for assessing employee relations in an organization
  • Identify human resources role in performance management, improvement plans and the disciplanary resolution process
  • Identify strategies for building positive employee relations
  • Recognize methods for assessing employee relations in an organization

Employment Regulation and Relations

  • Understand how an organizations general policies and procedures are supported through human resources
  • Understand individual employment rights under common law
  • Identify employment legistlation as it relates to employee and employer relations
  • Understand how an organizations general policies and procedures are supported through human resources
  • Understand individual employment rights under common law
  • Identify employment legistlation as it relates to employee and employer relations

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